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Best Practices. In this section of the tutorial, you will: review the basic tenets of good file management skills examine ways to practice and use the skills you have learned throughout the tutorial. Click on the arrows at the bottom of each screen to move through the tutorial.

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Best Practices

  • In this section of the tutorial, you will:

    • review the basic tenets of good file management skills

    • examine ways to practice and use the skills you have learned throughout the tutorial

Click on the arrows at the bottom of each screen to move through the tutorial


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Use it or lose it!

  • Don’t delay: Use what you’ve learned right away. Don’t lose the skills you’ve developed

  • Help someone with file management. Teaching something is a good way to move your learning into long-term memory


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Cardinal rule

  • Back-up your files!

  • No matter how careful you are, tragedies can happen: viruses, hard drive crashes, etc.

  • Get into the habit of regularly saving files as you work and backing up your files on a regular basis


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Get organized!

  • Get organized - plan out your folder structure

  • Keep it simple: the fewer initial folders, the easier to find things

  • Use sub-folders to further organize

  • Make changes as needed


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Want to review?

To review any section of this tutorial, click on its link located on the left of the screen


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Congratulations!

You have completed the tutorial, File Management for Students

Thanks to Carol Decker, Gail Youth, John Lafferty, Andrew Mazzocchi, Kim Emery and the CTL staff, and all those who assisted in the development and piloting of this tutorial. Special thanks to Suzanne Shaffer for creating and making it available to students.


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